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Miniature Bullterrier Breed
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Miniature Bullterrier Breed Description
4 to 8
Dogs: 24-33 pounds
Bitches: 22-30 pounds
Dogs: 10-14 inches
Bitches: 8-12 inches
FCI Group III.: Terriers
Miniature English Bull Terrier
The Mini Bull Terrier is a replica of the Bull Terrier. it shares the same breed standards except for the height. It is strongly built, symmetrical, an has the distinctive long face, which contains a keen, determined and intelligent expression.
This breed is full of fire, having a courageous, spirited and positive temperament. A comical, lively, and playful breed they do have a mischievous side, and need good training when young. This dog who may be small, but is not a lap dog, being too active to snuggle for long.
Bull Terriers are playful, and clownish, but with training prove to be obedient to their owners. They can sometimes be rough when playing, and care is needed with young children.
Bull Terriers are energetic, fearless and are not a shy breed. Generally good with all people, they can become attached and protective of their owners.
The Bull Terrier has a short thick coat and is an average shedder.
Due to their short, white coat, skin problems and allergies can occur occasionally. Deafness is also a moderate issues, in one or both ears, and they should be checked for this at a very young age. An unusual issue called ‘spinning’ has been known to exist with Miniature Bull Terrier’s, starting at around 6 months of age, whereby they will chase their tail for hours at a time. This is believed to be a form of seizure, and if noticed, treatment from your vet is required. To minimize the risk of your Bull Terrier developing any hereditary health issues, you should buy a puppy from a reputable Miniature Bull Terrier breeder.
Miniature Bullterriers will do okay in an apartment if they are sufficiently exercised, and ideally they should not be left on their own all dog, as they often suffer from separation anxiety. Due to their short coat they prefer warm climates, but can adapt to warmer climes.
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